Locally owned in-home care agency serving seniors in Northern Kentucky and the Cincinnati Area

Locally owned in-home care agency serving seniors in Northern Kentucky and the Cincinnati Area

Locally owned in-home care agency serving seniors in Northern KY and the Cincinnati Area

The Right Way to Age at Home

The Right Way to Age at Home

Balanced Senior Care

Our Balanced Senior Care

Our Balanced Senior Care

“The Right Way to Age at Home”

“The Right Way to Age at Home”

Connecting Hearts takes a holistic approach to caring for adult seniors in our community. We all know that aging is a fact of life and it has its own challenges. We are designed to feel needed, respected and to have a purposeful life. But, by necessity it shifts with age. 

Senior woman with her dog and home caregiver

Our approach focuses on the whole person: their nutritional, physical and emotional needs. We realize that aging adults are rich in experience and abilities and no matter what age, they have a lot to offer us.

When our loved one begins to struggle with carrying out their daily routine like grooming, cooking and driving, then home care may be a solution. Our balanced care approach addresses all their needs allowing them to age-in-place.

Senior woman with her dog and home caregiver
Drink lots of water (water pouring into glass and big droplet)

As you get to know us, you’ll realize our mantra is, “Drink more water!”

Our Philosophy

Staying Hydrated—Staying Active—Staying Engaged

Our mission is to embrace a balanced care approach to aging. We are committed to providing quality of care which enables one to live a happier life as they age-in-place.

Connecting Hearts Home Care is dedicated to offering quality home care for quality of life. We believe it’s never too late to start living a healthy lifestyle, and we’ve watched our clients improve or stabilize by staying hydrated, active and eating healthy.

NOTE: Dehydration is one of the most common issues we identify with our new clients. We know many seniors who struggled with frequent hospitalizations due to dehydration until they began drinking more water. (So, go drink a glass of water!)